Hi everyone. Happy T day or happy Tuesday if you aren't here for T.
And before I forget to mention, if you get a comment that says they can't publish your comment, ignore it. It is coming through on my blog, but my email server updated itself and now Google/blogger comments aren't going through my mail. So I do still see them. Thanks to all of you who mentioned that to me!
Last week I shared a few photos from St. Gaudens National Monument, and I thought I would share more with you today for T. (Today's post is a bit long-sorry about that!)
You might remember that St. Gauden's was a sculpture who created art in the late 1800's into the very early 1900's. The family summer home is located in Cornish, New Hampshire, right along the New Hampshire and Vermont border. When the family gave up the home, it became a park and was later taken over by the US National Park Service. Back in early October my daughter and I visited for an afternoon. We had both taken a road trip to that area from our separate homes, and met up early that day.
This first photo is the sculptor's studio. Isn't it an amazing building? I wish I had a building even 1/16 the size of this one in my yard to go play in, but then again, I am not a famous sculpture living and creating during the Gilded Age. Smile.